No Time to Die star Léa Seydoux didn’t expect Daniel Craig to return after Specter. After many doubts about his return and delays to the film because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Craig returns for his fifth and final James Bond film releasing in theaters this Friday, October 8. Audits for No Time to Die are praising the film for all that audiences have generally expected from Eon’s long-running franchise: invigorating chases, blasts, and tricks. In any case, Craig’s swan melody strikes a greater amount of an emotional harmony than his past excursions as Bond.
Now, in a meeting with JoBlo.com, Léa Seydoux says, in the same way as other fans, that she didn’t expect Daniel Craig to return for No Time to Die. At the point when asked about whether she figured Swann would have a multi-film arc, Seydoux admitted she didn’t since she “really thought Specter was Daniel’s last film.” Read her whole remarks beneath:
I thought he was finished with it. We didn’t have really a party or something to celebrate and everything and I recollect that Barbara Broccoli, one of the makers, she wouldn’t release him, she resembled, “No Daniel, you will return.” I recollect that he was amazingly worn out and I felt that he was simply finished with it. So when they called me back five years later, which is a long while, and they said, “Daniel is returning. It’s confidential. Try not to tell anyone, yet you’ll be also part of the adventure,” and then, at that point, I was so happy, so happy to be back.
It turns out all Craig required was some time to rest and recuperate before the franchise’s longtime makers had the option to coax him into returning for a fifth and final film. The return of Craig’s Bond also gives other returning characters from Specter more opportunity to develop and grow, for example, Seydoux’s character. Madeleine Swann actually has a past with the villain Lyutsifer Safin, which will fill in as a springboard for the film’s contention and now the wait for No Time to Die is almost finished.